19976 & 23893 Obs

From: Andriy Makeyev (andriy_makeyev@ukr.net)
Date: Wed Feb 06 2013 - 13:00:39 UTC

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    Vortex 6 and NOSS 2-3(A) observations:
    
    23893 96 029A   1244 P 20130206023706580 27 10 2057145+554638 59 S
    23893 96 029A   1244 P 20130206023720400 27 10 2058351+554020 49 S+120 10
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205202926530 27 10 1049442-015418 59 S+100 10
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205204358420 27 10 1104114-022100 79 S+102 07
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205204654870 27 10 1107089-022638 69 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205205201590 27 10 1112160-023626 79 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205205229250 57 10 1112449-023720 49 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130205205945000 57 10 1120038-025139 79 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 F 20130205211013700 37 10 1130436-031259 79 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 F 20130205210321340 37 10 1123436-025847 79 S+105 10
    
    Used CCD camera EVS VNC-753-H2 on 12cm refractor (36'x27' <~> 103x75 elements in high sensitivity mode). Captured frames onto the computer. Clock synced via NTP. Processed with ObsReduce. Determined magnitude in comparison with nearby stars.
    
    Best regards, Andriy Makeyev
    COSPAR 1244: 44.3932N, 33.9701E, 68.7m
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